1. pirateofwisdom's Avatar
    Most unlocked phones z10's offered on alternate websites are not truly set up for american gsm carriers offering 4g/Lte. I even called the BB website support 1-800 number, and they didn't have a convincing answer. Can anyone help me please?
    12-01-13 12:15 AM
  2. Anilu7's Avatar
    Best suggestion is to call T-mobile and find out the version number of the Z10 that works on their network - such as 100-3 etc. I have an unlocked 100-3 and it worked on T-mobile when I was in Florida. Then check the website selling the Z10 to see the version number. If not published, ask the seller or move on. All I know is that the Z10's sold on shopblackberry.com are GSM compatible (so won't work on Sprint or Verizon).
    12-01-13 12:25 AM
  3. Rello's Avatar
    I'll let u know in a few days when mine arrives lol....no but seriously hope it does

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    12-01-13 12:29 AM
  4. Kimberella's Avatar
    You need the correct combination of z10 model and carrier sim card. Even more so in the case of Verizon. Only one model (STL100-4) works on their network.

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    12-01-13 02:20 AM
  5. paul collins2's Avatar
    It should have no problem Connecting to 4G

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    12-01-13 03:04 AM
  6. raino's Avatar
    For T-Mobile, you will need to get the STL100-3 (RFK121LW sub-variant is perhaps better than the RFF91LW.)
    12-01-13 03:13 AM

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